Who needs your help right now? Unfortunately, the list is long. Front-line medical workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic need protective equipment. Those struggling with sudden unemployment may be hungry. Small and local businesses could use financial support, in the form of product purchases or gift cards. Blood banks, too, are looking for donors.
There’s been an outpouring of support from everyday citizens who want to help others during this time of need. So, if you are at home and looking for ways to help, you aren’t alone.
Here’s a collection of several articles that compile our best advice and suggestions for how you too can make an impact.
It doesn’t always require money to assist those facing financial shortages. Think:professional advice, food and supply donations.
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed medical professionals into the front lines of danger. Here’s what you can do to help, safely, even if you don’t have protective equipment to offer.
If you don’t need the money to get through the coronavirus outbreak, here are some ideas to help you give it to someone in need.
Blood banks were having a difficult time meeting demand, but blood must be continuously replenished. Here’s what you need to know about donating in this time of crisis.
If you have had coronavirus and are now better, there are many things you can do that the rest cannot. But remember that being recovered does not make you immune from practicing good hygiene.
Instead of isolating, you can help your neighbors and community in these ways.
Do you have more ways of offering support? Please share your ideas in the comments.